Science Has Predicted What Prince George Will Look Like at 60 Because That Is What They Do Now

Y U keep doing this, science?!

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First, they did it to Princess Charlotte. Then, it was Gary Coleman the Kimye baby. Now, it's Prince George. WILL NO CHILD BE SPARED?

According to Marie Claire UK, a bunch of scientists at the University of Bradford have applied their advanced degrees to developing software with an algorithm that determines what traits a kid might have inherited from both parents so they can then make composite images aging a cherubic royal toddler 58 years. The result? Liam Neeson—he'll look like Liam Neeson.

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To be fair, the intended application of the software is to help locate missing children, but can he live?  It's already too much that he's getting taller and less squishy by the day. 😩 

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